Pure Fiber U.S. Corp., makers of Vibi+, a new functional beverage, recently donated free bottles of the beverage to residents of Houma, Louisiana, while shopping at their local Rouses Market. The donation was made as residents were recovering from the destruction left by Hurricane Ida.
Vibi+ is a ready-to-drink beverage rich in prebiotic fiber, which promotes good gut health and supports the immune system. In addition, it also helps to support the absorption of minerals and assists in curbing appetite. The donation of approximately six to 12 bottles per family/household is anticipated to impact between 720-360 families, the company says.
“At vibi+ we’re not just about delivering a great-tasting product, but about actively contributing to the communities where we live, work and play,” said Harlan Withington, VP of sales at Pure Fiber U.S. Corp. “The heart and soul of our team is comprised of passionate individuals dedicated to ‘Fueling Health for All’ and that translates not only to physical health, but to mental health and lending a hand to neighbors in need.”